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Excellent advice, Yvonne. I like to have my idea roughly or thoroughly outlined, whichever is appropriate to the length, but I have found that the creative juices start flowing and themes, etc., emerge during the writing process. Editing puts all that in order and tidies it up. So your advice to BEGIN is right on. I'm glad you named some specific examples of market research, too. You've covered the beginning, middle, and end in this one short post. Thanks!

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